Maps

A map of Ancient Egypt and Kush during Cambyses II’s invasion, with the locations of named locations and battles marked. Image from Jeff Dahl via Wikimedia Commons under GNU Free Documentation License. Episode 16
The Eastern Mediterranean Sea at the time of Cambyses II’s invasion of Egypt. Episode 16
The Persian Empire up to 500 BCE. Note the key on the bottom left for the different phases of expansion under Cyrus, Cambyses, and Darius. Labels using the Old Persian names with the Greek names in parentheses. By Prof. Ian Mladjov.
Episode 8-current
The Neo-Babylonian Empire at the time of Cyrus’s Conquest with the locations of major battles. The original labels are French, but hopefully similar enough to figure out. Original by Zunkir, Wikimedia Commons via GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2. Alterations by Trevor Culley, 2019.
Episode 7-8

A map of the Ancient Greek world: the mainland, Peloponnese, Aegean islands, and Ionian coast. Original by MaryroseB54, Wikimedia Commons via Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Alterations from linked file by Trevor Culley, 2019.
Episode 6
Map of the Near East under Babylon and Media. Originals by WillemBK and Szajci, via Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported. Battle sites, Halys River, new cities, and key by Trevor Culley, 2019
Episode 3
Map of Indo-European Migrations. Pink represents the original range. The darker areas represent earlier migrations. The lighter areas represent later migrations. Original image by Joshua Jonathan via Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported. Text labels by Trevor Culley, 2019.
Episode 2
My homemade map of the Near East between the Bronze Age Collapse and the Neo-Assyrian Empire
Episode 1
Map of the Near East before the Bronze Age Collapse by Alexikoua via Wikimedia Commons Attribution-Share Alike License
Episode 1